After careful deliberation the SISN Board has voted to postpone the Society’s elections by one year, to July 2018. This is in direct response to the heavier than anticipated focus on operational issues for much of 2016 and the consequent delays in advancing other initiatives. This delay will provide the necessary time to allow the […]
We are excited to announce our first LIVE webinar! Click here to watch a two-minute video of Dr David Pelletier explaining why we need a framework for implementation science in nutrition. EVENT DETAILS: Title: “An Integrative Framework for Implementation Science in Nutrition” Speaker: Dr. David Pelletier, SISN President Date: Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 Time: 11am – […]
To Whom It May Concern, The Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition (SISN) is a new scientific and professional society whose vision is “A world where actions to improve nutrition are designed and implemented with the best available scientific knowledge and practical experience”. Our membership includes researchers, implementers and other stakeholders committed to the goal […]
IMPORTANT MESSAGE AND REQUEST FROM GRETEL PELTO. HEAD OF SISN’S METHODS WORKING GROUP: Meeting members’ needs with respect to methods and methods development is an important aspect of the SISN plan. As a member of the SISN board, I’ve taken responsibility for organizing the first activities to support SISN in the area of “Methods” and “Methods Development.” Our […]
SISN’s second newsletter is out and can be read here. In this issue, SISN expands on its Strategic plan and its presence at the Micronutrient Forum in Cancun, Mexico.
SISN’s first newsletter is out and can be read here. It includes an update on the Society’s recent activities and a round-up of some key events, news and research in implementation science.
- Fall 2021 Newsletter
- Deadline extended: Submit your abstracts for Delivering for Nutrition (D4N) in South Asia
- Applying the SISN Framework to Improve Implementation Quality and Impact: An Illustrative Example
- Delivering for Nutrition (D4N) in South Asia: Implementation Research in the Context of COVID-19
- Summer 2021 Newsletter